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Honest Blim[src]

The Otoga-222 maintenance droid was a model of maintenance droid manufactured by Veril Line Systems. It was the most common Otoga variant, having been produced at the height of the line's popularity.[1] The Otoga-222 performed heavy lifting and other jobs in spaceports and Podracer hangars,[2] but was outperformed as a pit droid by the faster, more manic DUM-series. However, some Podracer pilots preferred the Otoga's steady hands and clear mind.[1]

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The Otoga-222 maintenance droid was originally created for the 1999 film Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace.[3] Designed by Doug Chiang, it was originally to stand about six feet in height but was shrunk down at the request of George Lucas, who thought the Otoga-222 would be more appealing if it were more childlike.[4] Early concept art developed by Jay Shuster for the 2002 film Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones depicted an Otoga-222 pulling Anakin Skywalker and Padmé Amidala in a rickshaw, a role ultimately filled by a RIC-920 rickshaw droid in the final film.[5]

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